Master of Science
Three experiments were performed in order to test two theories of time perception, the storage size theory and the input register theory. The input register theory holds that perceived duration is a function of the level of input stimulation during the interval, while the storage size theory holds that perceived duration is a function of the storage size the memories associated to the interval in question.
Thomas, Richard James, "Studies of the effects of perceptual and cognitive processing on perceived duration" (1972). Theses and Dissertations. 3999.